Build your Own Cheatsheet Challenge Project (HTML, CSS)

Hello, my project is here. Maybe not a very useful cheat sheet, I just wanted to practice with tables.

Contains some dummy content, but I believe it’s a nicy try.

See live site on:


Hi, please view my code here - GitHub - lillaurajane/cheat-sheet: CSS codecademy Cheat Sheet i’d love some feedback

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This is really cool!

HELLO EVERYONE! I built my cheat sheet for this HTML and CSS project. I would really appreciate it if you took a look at the code and the live version and give me feedback and your personal opinions on everything. Thanks you.
Link to live version/path: C:\DevProject1\index.html

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Hello Jennifer.

I tried to open the link. It shows me the code only. But here is your website:

So the CSS doesn’t work and you will have to change this line in the index.html here:

link href=“resources/css/index.css” rel=“stylesheet” type=“text/css”


link href=“./index.css” rel=“stylesheet” type=“text/css”

although, I adjusted the address manually using the Chrome Inspect with the above address it will only work temporary. You will have to adjust the address by yourself on the index file.

Otherwise, your html and css looks nice and neat!

Cheers =)

Hello This is just a start of my own cheatsheet I plan on building out and eleborating on over time. Not sure if I used the gist right. I see I can actually open some peoples websites. Any info on what I did wrong would be great :slight_smile: I added the code to my repo and figured how to link the css code. Hope this is good!

oh my Gd. Thank you so much for the feedback. I really appreciate it.

Check out my HTML Cheat Sheet Challenge Project

Hey fellow developers,

I’ve compiled a comprehensive cheat sheet that covers the essential HTML tags, attributes, and elements you need to know for web development. Whether you’re a beginner looking to grasp the basics or an experienced developer in need of a quick reference, this cheat sheet has got you covered.

You can find the project on GitHub, and I’ve also set up GitHub Pages for easy online access. Here are the links:

Feel free to explore the repository, contribute, or use the cheat sheet for your projects.
I’m open to feedback and suggestions to make it even more useful.

Happy coding! :desktop_computer::sparkles:



This is very detailed and very helpful! Bravo!

hii folks ,

I am ready with my first project using html and some style of css .
you can check it live on Web Development CheatSheet .

you can aslo check it on GitHub - priyanshu7781/web-dev-cheatsheet: My First Project at Codecademy Web Dev Cheatsheet


Hi, I am not sure if I am sharing the gist correctly. But here was my attempt and the live version.

Many Thanks,


Hi everyone! I would like to share my gist and live site. I was inspired by a couple of sites and enjoyed how they were able to implement certain styling to give off an effect that was unique.

GitHub Repository
Live GitHub Pages

Please let me know what you think about my work and feel free to connect with me on LinkedIn!

Happy holidays and new year!

Ok, this project fully broke me. Easy assignment up front, but I kept overthinking it, then avoiding it, so I think it’s best to give ya’ll what I have and move forward. I’d love any feedback ya’ll can offer. Thank you! Theres a lot of open space and some redundancies because I really o wanna return to this and keep fleshing it out as I move through the program.

Thanks everyone!

My Project

Hey Everyone! Here is the link to my cheat sheet website, on the topic of “CSS Selectors”.

My first time sharing a project :smiley:

Hey there, the first sharing of mine with for the tables cheat-sheet.

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Hello :facepunch:t5:
Here is my first HTML page. Please rate it

Github link to html code

Hosted site

Hope this is expectable ^_^.
and CSS

It’s crude and I am definitely out of my element, but I hope to learn and grow.